‘Who are you?’… Liverpool defender forgotten by all

Liverpool has announced its release list, but there’s still one player left.

“A forgotten Liverpool player who hasn’t played for the Reds in more than six years is still under contract after the club announced its retained players list,” British media outlet Sports Bible reported on June 6 (KST).

On Friday, Liverpool finalized its retained squad for the 2023/24 season, releasing 10 players across the first team and academy. The most notable departures are midfielder Thiago Alcantara and center back Joel Matip, while goalkeeper Adrian has been offered a new contract.

Among the other players with professional contracts, Adam Lewis, Melkamu Frauendorf and Robert Lewandowski are all set to leave the club. The only player remaining at Liverpool is center back Anderson Arroyo, who joined the Reds in February 2018 from Colombian side Fortaleza C.E.I.F.

He has since spent time on loan at several clubs, but has yet to receive a work permit to play in England. Arroyo, who can play both center back and right back, joined Liverpool on an 18-month loan deal before moving to Mallorca, then in La Liga’s second division. During his stay in Mallorca, he played for the B team.

The deal was canceled shortly afterward, and Arroyo joined Belgian powerhouse Gent. However, he didn’t play much there either. He then had loan spells with Czech 스포츠토토 club Mlada Boleslav and Spanish third division side Salamanca. Then, in the 2021/22 season, he joined Mirandes in the Spanish second division.

Suddenly, Liverpool and Arroyo went against all expectations in 2022, signing a new contract that will keep him at the club until next summer. After signing the deal, he was loaned to Spanish second division side Alaves, where he made 22 appearances and helped them win promotion to La Liga.

Arroyo played for FC Andorra for the first half of this season 토토사이트 순위 before moving to Spanish second division side Burgos CF in January. He scored one goal in 21 appearances for Burgos, as the team finished the season in mid-table in La Liga’s second division.

Arroyo is now back at Liverpool and has one year left on his contract with the Reds. According to multiple outlets, Liverpool are expected to sell Arroyo this summer, and the Reds will do their best to get a transfer fee for him.


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